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Tagine

The traditional method of cooking in North Africa, Tagine has been used for centuries to slow cook with these spices. Very little water is needed to keep foods moist, and the unique design of the Tagine lid locks in the combination of flavors. The base in this model, made of cast iron, works with any heat source: gas, electric radiant or solid plates, ceramic, halogen, induction, and Aga-Rayburn-type stoves. The tall, inverted cone shape keeps the top far from the heat source and from absorbing the heat, and thus stays cool to the touch. A spicy vegetable or meat stew.
Last modified: 13 April 2009
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